After almost two hundred years and four world wars, the English finally emerged firmly in control of the eastern portion of North America after 1763. But the victory would prove costly and paradoxical. The English now had to find some way to pay the debts incurred while winning the French and Indian War, and their efforts to block settlement of the North American interior outraged the growing population along the seaboard. Most importantly, the people of British North America no longer needed a powerful ally in Europe to protect them from the French.
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